Signal, the private messaging app endorsed by Edward Snowden, saw user sign-ups soar during the extended downtime of Facebook’s network of apps and services.
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The US National Security Agency is rebuffing efforts by a leading congressional critic to determine whether it is continuing to place so-called back doors into commercial technology products.
Signal has become the most downloaded messaging app in Hong Kong after Beijing imposed a sweeping national security law on the city that stirred fears of curbs on civil liberties.
Edward Snowden can’t profit from his recently released memoir because he failed to get pre-publication clearance from US security agencies, a judge ruled.
The US National Security Agency is normally so secretive that its creation was classified, leading to the nickname “No Such Agency”. The agency has now opened its doors to journalists. But just a crack.
The president of Microsoft said the age of self-regulation is over for the technology industry, but new rules imposed on the sector must be not introduced for the sake of restricting big companies.
Julian Assange’s uncomfortable six-year stay at the Ecuadorian embassy in London is at an end. The Wikileaks founder should be now legally cleared or convicted – just not in the US.
Do you remember the NSA’s phone-records programme? It was perhaps the most contentious of Edward Snowden’s revelations. Now the operation has been halted entirely – with barely a whimper.
The US government and Huawei Technologies are grappling for airtime in a war of words over network security at the phone industry’s biggest trade show.
A coalition of human rights groups and activists, including former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, are demanding more details on the search giant’s potential plans to build out its China business.